The Northern Border Crisis
JUICE—What is that old stand-by for Democrats, “Never let a crisis go to waste?”
Apparently, House Democrats convened on Wednesday in Washington to discuss the ongoing border crisis along the U.S. border with Canada.
Yes, Democrats held a closed-door meeting to address all the illegal moose and elk immigration that has caused a hooved humanitarian crisis.
According to one Democrat, House members were to address the recent media reports of U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents whipping moose while on horseback.
The Biden Administration has announced that some 10,000 illegal immigrant moose have been relocated around the U.S. and not deported back to their native Canada. (Sarcasm) READ MORE
Oh, Ron, Why do you Torture Them so Much?
Florida Democrats are once again beside themselves over Gov. DeSantis’s refusal to take the federal education funding. Actually, the government says the DeSantis administration missed the deadline for requesting the funds. READ MORE
The Republican contest to replace outgoing Rep. Charlie Crist is turning out to be nothing less than a sh*t show.
Audrey Henson, who recently filed in the GOP primary race, has just announced that she has raised $205K in 22 days. Not bad for the upstart campaign.
“In just a little over 20 days, I was able to raise over $205,000 showing the momentum to win this race is on our side. My commitment to Pinellas County is to wake up every day and out-work, out-pace, and out-perform my opponents,” said Henson. “The energy and enthusiasm we are seeing in this race is unmatched, and donors are eager to see a true conservative representing them in Congress. Growing up in Pinellas County, I understand the values and concerns of the people in this district. I am honored to have gained their trust and look forward to representing the people of Pinellas in Washington.”
—Rick Scott-Under Joe Biden’s failed leadership, more than 1.2 MILLION migrants have illegally crossed our southern border this year. This crisis must end. It’s time to secure the border.
—Rep. Ted Deutch-As Arlington, TX becomes the latest name in an ever-growing list of communities impacted by gun violence, I’m sending my thoughts to the Timberview High School community. No parent should have to send their children to school & fear for their safety. Our children deserve better
—U.S. Rep. Stephanie Murphy-My bipartisan bill to counter China’s efforts in Latin America and the Caribbean recently passed the House. Glad to see the U.S. taking steps to expand our own presence and influence in this critical region.
—Nikki Fried– We’re never going to stop fighting—this is good news. Our bodies our choice.
—Kevin Cate-Somebody want to tell Dr. Ladapo he’s not Florida’s “25th Surgeon General?” I was a spokesperson for the first one— in 2007. It’s a relatively new title.
“Garcia’s Bipartisan Effort Expands College Tuition Waivers” by The Floridian’s Daniel Molina—Florida state Senator Ileana Garcia (R) and Janelle Perez (D) are going head-to-head in the upcoming midterm election to determine who will represent Florida Senate District 37. While Perez has gained an endorsement from abortion rights group Ruth’s List Florida, Sen. Garcia, whose 2020 Senate win was mired in controversy, is working across the aisle with Florida Rep. Nicholas Duran (D) to pass twin bills that would expand access to college tuition waivers for students that are experiencing out-of-home care.
“Rubio, Scott Lead Bipartisan Effort to Honor Justice Hatchett” by The Floridian’s Daniels Molina—Earlier this year, Justice Joseph Woodrow Hatchett, Florida’s 65th Supreme Court Justice and a U.S. Army veteran, passed away. Having been appointing by Florida Governor Reubin Askew (D) in 1975, Hatchet served as the first African American Florida Supreme Court Justice until 1979. Subsequently, because of the history and influence that Justice Hatchett leaves behind, a bipartisan effort led by Rubio and Scott looks to honor him by renaming the federal courthouse in Tallahassee after him.
“Crist Campaign Pulls in More Than $655K in September” by The Floridian’s Daniel Molina—While Florida Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried (D) has overtaken Florida Rep. Charlie Crist (D) in the polls in the 2022 Democratic gubernatorial primary race, the former governor of Florida is still pulling in support for his gubernatorial candidacy in the form of financial donations. For the month of September, the gubernatorial hopeful pulled in $655,000, which leaves the Crist campaign with $2.8 million in cash on hand.
“Florida Misses Deadline for Federal School aid” by The Floridian’s Jim McCool
“House Democrat Address Border Crisis Along NORTHERN BORDER” by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres—After avoiding the border crisis for months, House Democrats have finally decided it was time to address the illegal immigration problem at the border, the northern border with Canada, and not the southern border where tens of thousands of illegal immigrants have crossed over since President Joe Biden took office.
“Richard Grenell Endorses Brian Clowdus for State House” by The Floridian’s Jim McCool
“Stephanie Murphy ‘Putting up Fight’ Against Progressives on Infrastructure” by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres—Congressional Republicans have been applauding Democratic Rep. Stephanie Murphy’s firm position against Progressives in the U.S. House of Representatives who have been holding up the bipartisan Infrastructure bill.
“AG Moody Claps Back at Eskamani, Defends Lawsuit” by The Floridian’s Jim McCool
“Rick Scott Equates Biden Administration to ‘Systemic Socialism’ by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres—Florida Senator Rick Scott fell short of referring to President Joe Biden as “Comrade” when he responded to news that the Biden Administration was going to use the FBI to monitor and question parents who oppose critical race theory. Sen. Scott equated the administration’s attempt to silence parents and the recent move to allow the IRS to “monitor Americans’ financial transactions,” to “Systemic Socialism” that is carried out by the Communist and Socialist countries of China, Russia, and Cuba.
“R. Scott, Hawley Seeks Bipartisan Select Committee To Investigate Afghanistan Withdrawal” by The Floridian’s Mona Salama—Sens. Rick Scott (R-FL) and Josh Hawley (R-MO) introduced a resolution Tuesday to establish a bipartisan select committee aimed at conducting a full investigation and compile a report on President Biden’s “misguided and dangerous decisions” over his botched withdrawal from Afghanistan.
“VP Harris to Star in New Kids’ Show” by The Floridian’s Jim McCool
“DeSantis Condemns Biden Administration for Targeting Parents With FBI” by The Floridian’s —Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is standing firmly with parental choice and free speech after the Biden Administration announced that they were mobilizing the FBI to investigate, and possibly label some parents as ‘domestic terrorists’ for voicing their opposition against mask mandates and the controversial critical race theory that many school districts are “indoctrinating” children with.
“GOP Officials Embrace Constitutional Carry in Florida” by The Floridian’s Daniel Molina—Republicans and Democrats have been squabbling over the issue of gun control in the state of Florida and in the country, and with Constitutional Carry being discussed for the 2022 legislative cycle, tension is rising as Florida Gun Rights staff press elected officials on where they stand regarding the issue.
“U.S. Adversaries China and Russia Continue Fueling Venezuela’s Criminal Regime” by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres—China, Russia, and Iran, three of the top U.S. adversaries are expanding their presence and strengthening their ties with rogue governments such as that of Dictator Nicolas Maduro.
“Scott Blames ‘Savage Cartels’ for Florida’s Fentanyl Issue” by The Floridian’s Daniel Molina—Florida continues to confront a growing opioid crisis, and lawmakers have responded with legislation in order to deescalate the concern. Senator Rick Scott (R), who oversaw the concern while he served as Governor of Florida, is addressing the issue by placing blame on “savage cartels” for the crisis.
“Shevrin Jones Named DNC At-Large Member” by The Floridian’s Daniel Molina
“Biden Blasts Republicans As ‘Hypocritical, Dangerous’ On Debt Limit Issue” by The Floridian’s Mona Salama—President Biden is urging Republicans to back off playing “Russian roulette with the American economy” and help Democrats raise the debt ceiling ahead of the looming default deadline while chastising the opposing party’s obstruction of the issue as “hypocritical, dangerous and disgraceful.”
“Nikki Fried Vows to Veto Any Abortion Bill as Governor” by The Floridian’s Jim McCool—With momentum behind Florida’s new heartbeat bill building up, gubernatorial candidate, Commissioner of Agriculture Nikki Fried (D-FL), vows to veto any abortion bill if elected governor.
“Francis Suarez Teases ‘Miami Coin’ Currency” by The Floridian’s Jim McCool—Miami Mayor Francis Suarez (R-FL) is a self-described crypto currency advocate and has introduced the practice publicly in the city of Miami. The South Florida Mayor is now teasing what he calls “Miami Coin.”
“Cammack Slams Biden Administration For Imposing Border Patrol Vaccine Ultimatum” by The Floridian’s Mona Salama
“First Lady Casey DeSantis Diagnosed With Breast Cancer” by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres
“Military Veterans Could Flood Congress in 2022” by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres—More and more Americans with a military history are joining the ranks of members of the U.S. Congress even though there is a nationwide effort by Progressives and anti-war proponents to demonize the U.S. military and the personnel that makes it run.
“Florida Democrats Rally Against Florida’s ‘Heartbeat Bill’ by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres— The Florida March of Reproductive Freedom rally took place in downtown Fort Lauderdale this past weekend to call attention to the recently-filed Texas-style “Heartbeat bill” introduced in the Florida Legislature.
“DeSantis Claims Gainesville Victory, COVID Cases Drop” by The Floridian’s Daniel Molina
“Matt Gaetz Claims FBI Participated in January 6th Riot” by The Floridian’s Jim McCool—In a recent Tweet, Rep. Matt Gaetz called the events of Janury 6th, 2021 “the political cudgel in America used against the Silent Majority,” a sentiment many Republican voters would agree with after a select committee and comparisons between 1/6/21 and 9/11/01.
Biden: Infrastructure Vote ‘Ain’t Going To Happen’ Until Agreement Of Reconciliation Plan” by The Floridian’s Mona Salama
“Makki Accuses Former Obama Supporter Anna Paulina Luna of Being a ‘Phony’ by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres—As the 3rd quarter of the 2021 fundraising cycle came to a close this week, Republican Congressional candidate Amanda Makki sent out a fundraising email calling (again) her primary opponent, Anna Paulina Luna, a “phony.”
“Rubio’s ‘Marxism’ Remark Infuriates Progressives, Academics” by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres—At 8:13 am on Thursday, September 30, 2021, a nationwide explosion of Progressives, Liberals, and Democrats heads occurred when Florida Senator Marco Rubio called President Joe Biden’s $3.5 trillion infrastructure plan “Marxism.”
“Crist Campaign Adds Lourdes Diaz for Hispanic Outreach” by The Floridian’s Daniel Molina
“Bondi Named Head of Trump PAC After Lewandowski Exits” by The Floridian’s Daniel Molina
“ Scott Predicts Rubio ‘Will Have a big win’ over Demings” by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres
“Steube Questions Google for Pulling Pro-Life Ads” by The Floridian’s Daniel Molina—Florida GOP members have long criticized Big Tech companies over censorship concerns, and the recent development in tension comes amidst a national conversation regarding abortions in the country. Florida Rep. Greg Steube (R) has joined other lawmakers in directing a letter to Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google, accusing the company of banning “Live Action’s pro-life ads promoting Heartbeat International’s Abortion Pill Reversal (APR) hotline.”
“Deutch: ‘Addiction Doesn’t Discriminate” by The Floridian’s Daniel Molina—Since 2019, lawmakers have crossed the political aisle for very few bipartisan efforts. With Congress Goes Purple, lawmakers honor and recognize National Recovery Month, an initiative to raise awareness for the drug addiction pandemic that has swept the country, by wearing purple attire and purple masks in support of the cause. Sharing his support and informing followers, Florida Rep. Ted Deutch (D) expressed his support, affirming that “addiction doesn’t discriminate.”
“Senate GOP Blocks Democrats Bill To Fund Government As Shutdown Looms” by The Floridian’s Mona Salama
“DeSantis Launches Investigation on Facebook Over Election Interference” by The Floridian’s Jim McCool—While Florida has been the hotspot for all things COVID-19, Big Tech is still a key priority of Florida Republicans, especially Gov. Ron DeSantis. Now, Ron DeSantis (R-FL) has launched an official investigation of Facebook over alleged election interference.
“Biden Indicates His Spending Bills May Not Pass This Week” by The Floridian’s Mona Salama
“Mast Accuses House Democrats of ‘Funneling’ Tax Dollars to Hamas” by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres—Florida Rep. Brian Mast (R), who volunteered with the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) after retiring from the U.S. Army, recently stated that “The Squad” in the House had influenced their more moderate Democratic colleagues into “funneling” American “tax dollars to Hamas and forsaking” the nation of Israel after they voted against refunding the life-saving Iron Dome missile defense system.
“Pelosi Delays $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Bill Vote To Thursday” by The Floridian’s Mona Salama
Florida’s COVID-19 Cases and Deaths Decline” by The Floridian’s Daniel Molina—For most of 2021, COVID-19 has been in large part, sucked the air out of the state as a result of the virus’s infection and death rate. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R), like Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R), has maintained a rivalry with President Joe Biden (D) over vaccine mandates, mask mandates, and vaccine passports. With new information being reported regarding COVID-19 related concerns in the state, Florida has now experienced fewer COVID-19 deaths along with a dip in cases.
“Florida Democrats Rally In Support of Abortion Rights” by The Floridian’s Javier Manjarres—The newly-minted Texas Abortion law has come to Florida, and now Florida Democratic state legislators—Moderates, Liberals, Progressive, Socialists—have come together in solidarity in support of Abortion rights.
“Murphy Votes ‘Yes’ on Women’s Health Protection Act” by The Floridian’s Jim McCool—Today, the US Congress approved a reactionary bill to Texas’ abortion legislation, that Democrats insist will protect a woman’s right to choose. The Women’s Health Protection Act passed along party lines, carrying the support of Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy (D-FL).
“Rubio, Menendez File Resolution to Help Venezuelan Women and Children” by The Floridians’s Jim McCool—As the Humanitarian Crisis in Venezuela heightens to new levels, U.S. Senators Marco Rubio (R) and Bob Menendez (D) have coauthored a resolution that expresses “alarm over the growing humanitarian needs of women and children inside Venezuela and those seeking international protection in neighboring countries.” The Resolution commends the Government of Colombia “for joining the United States in granting Temporary Protected Status to Venezuelans” and “urges other refugee-hosting countries to consider similar protections.”
“VP Harris ‘View’ Interview Thrown Into Chaos After Two Co-Hosts Tested Positive For COVID” by The Floridian’s Mona Salama
“Rep. Ted Deutch Rejects Progressive ‘Lies’ About State of Israel” by The Floridian’s As the Humanitarian Crisis in Venezuela heightens to new levels, U.S. Senators Marco Rubio (R) and Bob Menendez (D) have coauthored a resolution that expresses “alarm over the growing humanitarian needs of women and children inside Venezuela and those seeking international protection in neighboring countries.” The Resolution commends the Government of Colombia “for joining the United States in granting Temporary Protected Status to Venezuelans” and “urges other refugee-hosting countries to consider similar protections.”
“Crist Calls for ‘Reckless’ Ladapo to be Fired” by The Floridians Daniel Molina—Governor DeSantis’ announcement that Dr. Joseph A. Ladapo would be serving as Florida’s new Surgeon General drew criticism from a number of Democrats. Ladapo, in speaking to Floridians, shared that the approach to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic should not be “from a place of fear” during a press conference earlier this week.
“James Uthmeier Named DeSantis’ new Chief of Staff” by The Floridian’s—This week, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) announced that he had picked Dr. Joseph A. Ladapo as Florida’s be Surgeon General. The move generated a lot of discussion because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and how it continues to affect the Sunshine State.
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